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Things are worse. They are so much worse. I cannot express how bad things are getting. It's because I love the work so much, that I have to leave. I've spent the last two years thinking about going. I've felt increasingly sorrowful that I simply cannot do all that these kids need and deserve me to do.
With the ground smoking on the hillside above him, Harper chatted casually with several firefighters dressed in red overalls and hard hats.
"If they refuse to stand up for LGBTQ2+ rights, they have no place at the parade."
Sadly, the civic mayhem isn't limited to staffing, it's cross-contaminated a few council chambers, sometimes making the Hatfield and McCoy feud seem like an episode of the Brady Bunch.
It's time for municipal governments to rethink the assumption that more revenue is needed to fund transit expansion. Savings can be found within current spending envelopes, given the dramatic increases in spending by municipalities and TransLink over the last decade.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark has announced an independent investigation into a shocking sex abuse case. "We have a duty to make sure we really frame up the discussion around it properly to make sure th...
A bill is expected for a 25-year agreement on what could be B.C.'s first LNG plant, but B.C.'s LNG alliance says there's still more to do.
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Can the water be bought and sold? Does the licensee have an ongoing right to receive the water?
They have closed 24 out of 68 courthouses, 10 jails, 176 schools and 85 per cent of legal aid offices. It's really not hard to see where all the extra money came from.
Minister Stephanie Cadieux says the public deserves to know that the child welfare system is accountable.
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In B.C., a 12 per cent sales tax plus three per cent luxury vehicle surtax means there is still quite a bit of room to move up. If the province implements a five to eight per cent super-luxury vehicle surtax, the revenue collected should be able to cover the 0.5 per cent sales tax that was rejected.
I'm still confused at how no one in her close circle of advisors could see the impending backlash that would follow this brain-dead idea.
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Once the money charged is above the government's cost, and it can be seen to be making money, the groundwater becomes a commodity -- and under FTA and NAFTA we cannot turn off the taps, even if we are at a Level 4 drought situation.
"What we have heard is people say they don`t think it is appropriate," said Christy Clark.